Resizing images by allowing a distortion of height/width ratio?


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Tantely
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Hello

I am adapting the BART script for inquisit 5 (https://www.millisecond.com/download/library/bart/).
In this task, an image of the balloon increases with 8px in both width & height. I, however, only want the balloon/image to stretch in height size; not in width size.
Any attempt in coding this has been unsuccessful, it is as if inquisit has locked the height/width dimensions.
I wondered if inquisit allows to distort images (coding it so that the image only increases in height and keeps the same width). And if it does, how can I accomplish this?

Thanks in advance!
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Tantely - 3/15/2021
Hello

I am adapting the BART script for inquisit 5 (https://www.millisecond.com/download/library/bart/).
In this task, an image of the balloon increases with 8px in both width & height. I, however, only want the balloon/image to stretch in height size; not in width size.
Any attempt in coding this has been unsuccessful, it is as if inquisit has locked the height/width dimensions.
I wondered if inquisit allows to distort images (coding it so that the image only increases in height and keeps the same width). And if it does, how can I accomplish this?

Thanks in advance!

> I wondered if inquisit allows to distort images (coding it so that the image only increases in height and keeps the same width).

It does not. The images' inherent aspect ratio will always be preserved.

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